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Old 11-16-2006, 10:49 PM   #1
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Well, I'm back. Just got new exhaust system...converted to dual exhaust...complete flowmaster from manifold back, 40s, w/stainless tips...sounds tough!

Got a new question now. I am considering the grab a trak super starter kit for $825... suspension, steering, handling package from mustangs plus.

Anyone have any input? Is this a good product, how is Mustangs Plus...I ordered some interior door handles and lock cores w/ignition switch from them, and they were very good. Please tell me what you think...and your experiences... This is for my 68 coupe, not the 05 vert.....

Thanks so much,
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Re: grab a trac/mustangs plus...good product?

I have NO idea what comes in the kit, but for suspension maximummotorsports is where I would start. They have amazing quality and if your gonna do it do it right. I would at least research their parts and see how the ones you are looking at differ.
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Okay, thanks Spector...
The Grab-a-Trak is warranted for life, but hey.....I hear ya.

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Oh yeah, forgot to say...this is for a 1968 coupe...maximumMS doesnt appear to have those products...
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i orderd this for a 67 great but get matching front and rear springs or will be vary bouncy
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Give MM a call and see what they say~ they may can recommend someone if they dont have parts that will work.
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Well, I'm back. Just got new exhaust system...converted to dual exhaust...complete flowmaster from manifold back, 40s, w/stainless tips...sounds tough!

Got a new question now. I am considering the grab a trak super starter kit for $825... suspension, steering, handling package from mustangs plus.

Anyone have any input? Is this a good product, how is Mustangs Plus...I ordered some interior door handles and lock cores w/ignition switch from them, and they were very good. Please tell me what you think...and your experiences... This is for my 68 coupe, not the 05 vert.....

Thanks so much,
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Re: grab a trac/mustangs plus...good product?

Eddie,

Is money an issue? And what is the car used for? the reason I ask is Ron (Mustangs Plus) sells good stuff but the springs are made at a secondary shop. I would stick with known spring manufacturers that have been in the business for a long time. It is hard to argue against $825 for a full kit. I spent 3 times that with mine. All Global West suff with Promotorsports front springs. I used Cobra Automotive rear springs with sliders and 195# rate. But I road race/show the car.
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